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Inferno

by Scott Mosher

Heavy progressive rock forged in a dynamic sythesis of atmosphere and melody.
Genre: Rock: Progressive Rock
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1. Descent
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2. Inferno
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3. Dark Sun
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4. Mindfield
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5. Left Behind
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6. Exile
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7. Engines of Industry
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8. Look Into You
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9. Ghostland
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10. The World Fades to Gray
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11. Season of Fire Re-Mix
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
INFERNO expands upon the synthesis of heavy progressive rock and ambient textured soundscapes established on VIRTUALITY and delves further into the worlds of hauntingly melodic and dark evocative music. With a stronger emphasis on vocal arrangements, guitar-based dynamics and dramatic song structures, INFERNO is the next step in artistic evolution... and fits all head sizes.

The range and diversity on INFERNO is showcased on pieces like the ominous soundscapes of "Descent", the somber tribal rhythms of "Dark Sun" and the melancholy "Exile", through the crushing groove and sonic bombast of "Inferno" and "Ghostland", the melodious "Left Behind" and ultimately crescendo's in an emotional aria on the grandiose epic "The World Fades to Gray".

Taken as a whole, INFERNO is not just a dynamic musical journey, but a strong artistic statement... and fortuitously fleeting glance into the mind of a canine-endorsed, distinguished, compassionate, brooding, flippant and non-british gentleman (and allroundniceguy.)

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Scott Mosher has been a recording musician for over 12 years and a graphic artist for 4 years, and an award winning "allaroundniceguy" since birth. Currently he has not toured the world, he has not won an MTV musical award, he has not been featured in any Pop-culture revival metal magazines, he has not been a guest host on any late-night TV programs (although he did lobby the Arsenio Hall Show in 1990 as the 'doomed to a life of mediocrity guy' to no avail). He has yet to win a Nobel Peace Prize or the Kentucky Derby, but as an avid film-goer, movie buff, musician, graphic artist, social activist, environmental advocate, animal rights dude, cat-sitter, Dr. Pepper afficionado, imaginary Micro-biologist, he's continuously working on new music, indulging in binges of Vanilla coke, petitioning Peter Jackson to direct "The Hobbit" and watching for dragons in the sky. Scott Mosher plays an emotional instrumental Progressive Rock that you will never forget, a blend around styles as Progressive Metal, Symphonic Rock and mainly Electronic Space Rock, adding passages of Ambient Music, an intense collection of symphonic arrangements, rich themes with an amazing instrumental content around the keyboards, guitars and drums, all arrangements have a powerful dimension, with many synthesizers and electronic textures, driving an amazing instrumental atmosphere with sounds that leave from the music for an exterior space, adorned by intense guitar solos and harmonic vocals. Comparisons are hard to make, but we can say: - The Scott Mosher´s music sounds as a blend of influences among the electronic music from "Tangerine Dream", together with the Progressive Metal from "Dream Theater". "Inferno" is Mr. Mosher's third CD (following Virtuality in 2001 and Ambient Earth in 1996) and continues in his tradition of synthesizing heavy Progressive Rock and Electronic Music. The album was released in 2004, all music composed, arranged, and performed by Scott Mosher, art direction, graphic design, and photography by Scott Mosher, includind ten songs where all them are relatively long. A special and particular attention to and my favourite songs are: "Inferno", "Dark Sun", "Left Behind", "Exile" (is one of the best), "The Engines Of Industry" and "The World Fades To Gray". The main musicians on this project are: Scott Mosher - Guitars, Keyboards (Synthis/Programming/Sequencing), Vocals and Percussion and Todd Corsa plays: Guitars and Lead/Harmony Vocals. Brilliant and indispensable work, highly recommendable...
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E. Matthews

If only this kind of material would get more attention!
First of all I have to say I've known Scott's work for quite some time and can safely say his latest output
Inferno goes far above and beyond the past (although Virtuality is impressive musically
it is more of an instrumental album). Musically Inferno is very familiar to me- which can be said as a
good thing in this case! He mixes up genres that are rarely ever touched upon; this is like hearing
Kitaro and Tangerine Dream mixed with Iron Maiden and Fate's Warning to put it shortly (and it's not quite that simple);
and now that Scott's songwriting is really up and taking center stage I think it's safe to say if this release is given more
attention we could see Mr Mosher doing some great productions in the future and changing some of the mundane musical
landscape that is out there these days.

With that said; my honestly must reveal that although the vocalist is obviously talented and very capable I could not
see such a vocal style finding a wider audience other than hard rock/metal(which is not necessarily a bad thing- perhaps
just a limited one); With this type of vocal I could see the production of the voice being much much bigger sounding as
well- it sounds a little separate from the rest of the instruments in the mix which detracts from the atmosphere, which could
be even bigger than it already is.

Although the drums sound big they would really do well to be supplemented or augmented by a live drummer- but also with
working on small budgets these days I can understand that sometimes getting a live drummer optimumily recorded can be
very taxing when you’re funding your own projects. In this case very particular care must be paid to the programming.

I like Scott's stance as an artist and find it refreshing that one is speaking his mind without retorting the same
political rock and roll jargon that is so prevalent these days.

Stand out tracks for me are Inferno, Dark Sun, The World Fades to Gray, and the last tune which is a dancey sort of remix almost
in a recent Tangerine Dream vein without the guitars. The World Fades to Gray is very moving and has a familiarity to it
that is appealing but hard to pin down. A very epic sounding track.

All in all if Scott can do another release this strong but with the added production elements including live drums we would
hear unique music like this get the respect it deserves.
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Fiesty

Scott has added vocals this time. great job. My favoite "Left Behind"
Not being in the music business I cannot comment on arrangement or anything else. I know I like what I hear.Keep up the good work. Love the graphics too.
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Becky


Has an old Dream Theaters’ feel with progressive vocals that remind me of Queensryche, but remain original in a nice vocal tone. Impressive guitar work, play it out! It’s nice to see a band keeping this kind of music alive.
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Mike LETTERA

INFERNO IS ENFUEGO - {on fire} - AWESOME
I LOVE IT. This guy should be played on the radio. A big CD Lable would be crazy not to check out the one out. Cant wait for the next one. Keep up the good work.
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Cynthia Aguilera

I do like your CD!
Ok, so honestly speaking, I do like your cd. I especially like the
guitar work and lyrics. I like Inferno, Dark Sun, Season of Fire and
especially Engines of Industry. That song specifically because it is an instrumental and you can hear your great guitar work.
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Rowen Poole

Great stuff!
I've listened to your new CD quite a few times over the past month. It has been in my cd player almost constantly - only occasionally making room for new mixes of new PD songs and/or the new cd from Ozric Tentacles. Most excellent! I really liked Virtuality but Inferno is far better imo. More concise songwriting but more explorative at the same time. You have continued what you started on your last release into a better sonic realm. I almost noticed a couple little riffs here and there that I heard on Virtuality. Nice touch! :) I always like little things that *continue* the stories, if you know what I mean? Anyway, just wanted to let you know I am thoroughly enjoying your new release. Great stuff! I do hope you will be putting out more in the future!
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Stevie WOnder

You want something original, you got it here.
You want something original, you got it here. Scott created his own style. I could call it *ambiant progressive trancemetal* I'm also sure anyone who heard his stuff could find a term of his own. It's something I enjoy playing while driving. Keys are predominant and the guitar sound is heavy with beautiful melodies. It's definitely heavier than the first one. The soundscapes for lack of another term are impressive. Sound is thick and well defined. To give
you an idea of what it sounds like, imagine Pink Floyd were huge on modern sounding keyboards with more up tempo beats. It's not as dark also.
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High Priestess (Alisha)

EVERYONE BUY SCOTT MOSHER'S INFERNO RIGHT NOW!!!
First I want to say that I bought all three of Scott's CDs and the artwork Scott creates for these CDs is the best in the business! INFERNO is really great! This CD is full of sexy guitar riffs, awesome lyrics and vocals, and the keyboards/synths are prog crème de la crème! The songs are melodic and really pull you into the music. Some fun hairbanging moments on this disc with hints of Rush, FW and even a little Alice In Chains influence! Just marvelous darling! I need to listen to the other two discs again.
The progression of Scott's musical journey is phenominal. Scott tell
Todd Corsa that I said he's a babe and to grow his hair LONG hehe!!!! Scott you rule!!!!
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Stevie WOnder

You want something original, you got it here.
Scott created his own style. I could call it *ambiant progressive trancemetal* I'm also sure anyone who heard his stuff could find a term of his own. It's something I enjoy playing while driving. Keys are predominant and the guitar sound is heavy with beautiful melodies. It's definitely heavier than the first one. The soundscapes for lack of another term are impressive. Sound is thick and well defined. To give you an idea of what it sounds like, imagine Pink Floyd were huge on
modern sounding keyboards with more up tempo beats. It's not as dark also.
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